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Some of what you will get in the Eclectic Horseman Magazine

Capturing the Process with Jim Hicks

After The Great Basin Buckaroo Gathering in Ogden, Utah we stopped off for a day in Heber City to film with Jim Hicks at...

Learning to Learn with Joe Wolter

Written by Patti Hudson photos by Eric Sines This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.72 During a recent ranch clinic at Joe Wolter’s home...

Coggins Test – Why?

Written by Sue Stuska, Ed.D. This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.13 You probably already have had your horse tested for EIA. This article...

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Horsemanship Skills

Visual Comparison of Baucherist and Traditional 18th Century Balance in the...

Written by Bettina Drummond This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.29 Baucherist balance and contact The title photo illustrates the descente de main and the...

Leveling Your Seat Bones

For Visual Learners

Build Your Confidence

How Groundwork Relates to Riding Part 2

With Mindy Bower A simple thing that many people miss Situation: When I first watched Ginsor’s owner work him on the ground, the first word that came...

Leading Your Horse In a Hackamore

With Richard Caldwell If you do not use a fiador on your hackamore, it is a good idea to secure your reins any time you step...

Taking a Different Approach; Sorting It Out With Joe Wolter

Written by Patti Hudson Photos by Eric Sines This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.71 I had just finished shoeing my horse, and was unkinking...

Backing a Serpentine

With Mindy Bower A backed serpentine should look just like a forward serpentine: a series of half circles connected by straight lines when changing...

THE HORSEMAN'S GAZETTE - A DVD COMPANION

No place else will you get to watch some of the best horsemen, and women work in one place.
Every episode is packed with useful information to help you improve
and take ownership of your horsemanship.

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